From the collection Dr. David P. Chandler on the site http://papaintellivision.com/
The documents herein regard the Mattel Electronics Intellivision project ranging from its inception in 1977 until the end of Chandler's involvement with the company in 1983.
This document contains a detailed specification and overview of the Mattel MAGIC (Mattel Advanced Graphics Integrated Circuit). Pages 1 to 8 are an undated specification layout for the system providing a broad look at the advantages of the chip, including easy conversion to a PAL signal. Pages 9 and 10 are diagrams for the Intellivision II system by Jason Soo, presumably placed as context for the differences in the MAGIC architecture. Pages 11 to 68 are a series of raw notes and diagrams from Dave Walden, all presumably around the August 24, 1982 time period noted on page 12. The notes and diagrams are primarily considered with memory registries and display functions for the MAGIC chip.
Page 69 appears to be a requested features list for the MAGIC hardware. Pages 70 to 72 is a rough list of software required for evaluating the MAGIC chip as of March 26th, 1982. Pages 73 to 79 provide an in depth overview of the size of the flexographic die needed for the MAGIC component with precise reasoned numberings for the area required, dated from June 15th, 1982.
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